Sunflower Seeds California - 100 Gms
A native of California, sunflower seeds were said to have been indegineous to the American tribes. The seeds were eaten by Spanish sailors, who discovered its benefits and took it back with them to Europe, thus starting a trend. The seeds are used to make flour for cakes and breads. Seeds are roasted, cracked and eaten whole, either as a snack or mixed with other grains, nuts and pulses into a type of granola.
Nutritional Value: Other than containing proteins and being rich in healthy fats, Sunflower seeds contain antioxidants, vitamin E, vitamin B1 and zinc. They also are rich in iron, copper, selenium and magnesium.
How to use: Eat them whole or with the shell intact.